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Recruitment Isn’t Going Away: Making the Most of Your Job Board

2020-04-27T10:58:29+01:00Monday, 27 April, 2020|Categories: MemberWise Recognised Supplier|Tags: |

The Membership and Association sector is currently seeing a large number of professionals furloughed, particularly those conducting administrative and event focused roles.   Some sectors (particularly those enabling digital transformation) that many of you represent/support are seeing a boom period, whilst other sectors are being highly impacted e.g. the aviation and hospitality industries. The [...]

Protecting revenue and retaining members in challenging times

2020-04-24T10:29:51+01:00Friday, 24 April, 2020|Categories: MemberWise Recognised Supplier|Tags: |

Retention is consistently rated as a top 3 goal for most Member Organisations* but is under pressure in these unprecedented times. Member anxiety, remote working, furlough and financial concerns have led to an increase in member cancellations. The threat to revenue is clear – but what can be done? Ride the Wave Although many [...]

‘I’ve got 99 problems… (but my tech ain’t one)’

2020-04-22T13:50:23+01:00Wednesday, 22 April, 2020|Categories: MemberWise Recognised Supplier|Tags: |

Problems, we’ve all got them; some we work around, some we ignore and hope will go away and some we rise to the challenge, get our heads down and overcome. In this season of extreme challenge, where it seems that the majority of problems are coronavirus related, we take a brief look at overcoming [...]

Supporting Professional Development from lockdown

2020-04-21T13:58:45+01:00Tuesday, 21 April, 2020|Categories: Memberwise|

For all of us, life as we know it has changed beyond all recognition in a matter of days and weeks. Coronavirus has changed daily life for everyone in the UK. We have all been making adjustments to our professional and personal lives. Changes that, for many of us, would have been unthinkable just [...]